The Corporate Affairs Leadership Institute programme (CALI) from the world leaders in leadership development, Korn Ferry, will set you up for success. In close partnership with the EACD, we’ve used the latest research to design an exclusive leadership development programme. One that’ll equip you with the specific skills and behaviours you need to succeed.

It uses a unique blend of assessment, individual feedback, coaching and residential learning to stretch, challenge and develop your understanding. You will be fully supported before, during and after by your programme directors, coaches and peer group who will encourage, stimulate and enable your learning throughout your journey.

The Corporate Affairs Leadership Institute is a 5 month programme with residential sessions taking place in London and Amsterdam. Further information on dates to follow.

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Senior Partner and Head of Transformational Leadership (EMEA), Korn Ferry

Michael has 25 years’ experience of designing and delivering highly customised leadership development initiatives, along with a strong business school background. His work encompasses leadership in transition, leadership psychodynamics, culture building and change as well as post-conventional leadership development.



Senior Partner and Head of Leadership Development (EMEA), Korn Ferry

Dési heads up one of Korn Ferry’s five Solution areas for the EMEA region and oversees the strategy, portfolio and network of 200+ leadership development experts. She has in-depth expertise in leadership and organisational development, senior executive talent development, solutions architecture and strategic consulting. Dési has carried out extensive talent and leadership portfolio development work in large multinationals and has worked across most industries.


Regional Director, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Corporate Edge

John is a Chartered Accountant, consultant and writer, known for his practical and engaging approach to commercial acumen. As well as consulting with a number of global organisations, he’s written for The Economist for over 20 years and is now their most published author.